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Wednesday, February 8, 2023

New ‘System Shock’ Demo Available Now for Steam Next Fest

With Steam Next Fest underway, Nightdive has released a brand-new demo for their upcoming System Shock remake, which is expected to arrive next month. The new demo offers up several new goodies for fans, including a brand-new intro, revamped enemy AI, and plenty of that dismemberment that we got a glimpse of in the last Kickstarter update.

The first thing you’ll notice with the new demo is a brand-new introduction sequence for System Shock that “sets the mood and stage for what’s to come once they arrive at Citadel Station.” Additionally, the demo does a bit of world-building, offering up a glimpse at what life was like as a denizen of 2072 New Atlanta.

Citadel Station, on the other hand, has seen better days. The Medical level is in disarray with debris and clutter, alongside a few new enemies eager to make your acquaintance.

“There are also some new machines found across the level: Vending Machines to satiate the thirstiest of Hackers, Recycling Stations to earn some extra cred, Transdermal Dispensers for those who need a pick-me-up, and a mysterious Mod-Kit station. The new demo additionally adds improved controller support.”

System Shock is available to pre-order now for PC via Steam, GOG, and the Epic Games Store, and will also be releasing on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series, and the Xbox One.

 

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source https://bloody-disgusting.com/video-games/3750498/new-system-shock-demo-available-now-for-steam-next-fest/

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